When people die, the first thing that is common is that people mourn for loved ones. However, in the southwestern part of the Congo, a tribe called the Tribe mourns their death in a strange way. If it is elders, they are celebrated with a ceremony at the clearing of the opened forest. Offerings and gifts are given to the bereaved, but dying women and outsiders are not allowed to attend these gatherings.
Bambuta is the name of this sacred ceremony. The clearing of the forest that is cleared is called Yipheesolu. The Basuku tribe or people can be found in the Republic of the Congo and Angola.
They speak a Bantu language called Kiyaka; comes from the Niger-Congo dialect. People practice a matrilineal culture. However, men are reserved for tribal chiefs. Women’s work involved planting and gathering berries, nuts and roots, while men were left to hunt.
According to a story that is repeated orally
from generation to generation, neighboring tribes and tribes,
Yaka Farm in the Kingdom of the Congo. This invasion took place on the 16th
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achieved a certain degree of independence after the collapse of the Luanda Chokwe Empire. People making crafts
various wooden statues depicting magical, religious and life figures
daily. People also make elaborate masks that are used for
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